White House Rejects Independent Council in Wilson Affair
Bush Allies Start Biz To “Take Advantage” of Iraq Reconstruction
Census: 44 Million Without Health Insurance in U.S.
UN Staff Leaving Iraq Following Bombings
Israeli Army Destroys Home of Dead Palestinian Bomber’s Family
Israeli Panel Likens Refusniks To Mutineers
White House Rejects Demands by Congress Members for an Independent Probe of White House Leak That Blew CIA Operative's Cover
The CIA operative’s identity was first revealed by senior administration officials in July a week after her husband former ambassador to Iraq, Joseph Wilson, publicly challenged President Bush’s claim that Iraq had tried to buy uranium from Niger. When asked directly, White House press secretary said for the first time Bush’s chief advisor Karl Rove “wasn’t involved. The president knows he wasn’t involved.”
Foreign Students Need Not Apply: A Look At the New Target of U.S. Govt's Hunt For "Potential Terrorists"
A new monitoring system that took full effect Aug. 1st is generating fears that foreign students coming under increasing government scrutiny may choose to study in other countries. We host a debate between a New York University Dean and a spokesperson for the Department of Homeland Security.
Military Families And Soldiers Speak Out Against War
A week after the White House’s announcement that thousands more National Guard and Reserve troops might have to be called up if allies don’t agree to send troops to Iraq, we hear a speech by Nancy Lessin, founder of Military Families Speak Out and from Abdul Henderson, a soldier who recently returned from military duty in Iraq.